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will talk about that with the introduction of a rulemaking the part of the t.s.a. with aul making required by court order and the t.s.a. having aken 20 months to produce two regulatory language and 52 pages of justification for the regulation it has proposed. a couple of internet notes for hose watching online on c-span or here in the room the hash tag is #tsasearch. comments looking for and questions that i may use during the event so feel free to with friends and colleagues online. with respect to is a tiny ing there u.r.l. that can take you to the webpage where the t.s.a. accepts comments on the policy. that is tiny url.com/tsacomment. >> first, edward hasbrack. fly may have been coinedor him. our first meeting that i recall was in boston and during the eeting of the d.h.s. privacy committee he accosted me in the hall and was virtually holding me there to insist i crack the d.h.s. the arguments were meritorious and demeanor intense. he is called the go-to authority on international travel and how to get the best deals on the internet. he is an author, journalist, consumer advocate and t
. the tsa saz if they are medical liquids, they are allowed to go through regardel of the quantity. at the time, the tsa said they were looking into it. the tsa used this statement. tsa allows medically secured liquid he through once they have been been screened. we regret the t is i a did not follow its own policy when a passenger was not able to travel with liquids he declared as medically necessary. what has the tsa said to you? >> thoef not saying anything to me yet. however, i am glad the tsa finally admitted fault for what they do me. the fact that senior tsa agents broke their law, shows there's things a memo or apology to you guys is not going to fix. i hope their formal response agrees to make the real changes that i i asked for because i want to policy to change. i want everyone to feel like their rights are being respected. >> nick, i know what you and the rest of america is thinking, wouldn't it be cool if i could type my e-mails out with an electric guitar? now you can. our friend, zach, our science guy is here to tell us awl about it. zach, get in here. zach, was up,
this frequent flyer wants the tsa to get a clue. >> the management have a duty to know their policy. i don't think i should have to instruct them every single time. >> when you see the pictures you wonder -- >> how do they not get runners in those hose? >> dogs in pantyhose, is it a craze or just crazy? >> it's a game where you have to pick a mystery can to eat. >> oh. >> see what happens when the tin can challenge comes to rtm? >> we all agree gayle got the worst one. down the hatch it goes. >>> this incident happened back in march, but kait in jonesboro, arkansas just obtained this video. this is dash cam from offer womack's cruiser. he pulls over steve honeycutt for speeding and expired tags. but almost immediately honeycutt reaches back into his truck and then this happens. >> hey, let me see your hands! let me see your hands! >> officer womack shoots honeycutt, striking him in the arm. there's a bit of an exchange that continues. >> put your hands on the truck! >> you see honeycutt put his hands back on the car, he gets back into the car for a second, eventually womack gets honeycutt
. and then ginger mccall will talk to us about the introduction of a rulemaking with the tsa and the strip search being required by court order. the tsa took 20 months to produce two sentences of regulatory language and only some of the language was used that was proposed. we welcome you who are lucky here in the room were on c-span. the hash tag is #tsasearch. with regard to the rulemaking, there is a url that could take you to their webpage, where they accept comments on the strip search rulemaking policy. it is tsa/comments. tiny url.com/tsa comments. so first, edward hasbrouck. at our very first meeting that i recall, during a meeting, he accosted me in the hall and was virtually holding me there. his arguments were meritorious and his demeanor was intense. businessweek called him the go to authority on international travel and an expert on airfares and how to get the best deals on the internet. he is an author and journalist and writer and consumer travel expert. he is the author of the book the practical nomad and you can find him at practical nomad.com. edward hasbrouck new turned his effo
expected to start in just a moment. airportssion about tsa screening procedures coming up at noon eastern time. isth korea says it restarting up with a reactor and increasing production of nuclear weapons material. john kerry is meeting today in washington with south korea's foreign defense minister. we will have live coverage at about 4:20 eastern. good morning. hutchinson and i welcome you to this important presentation to increase school safety. i received a call last december from the nra. they asked if i would be interested in leading an effort on school safety. we arrived at a agreement which is my mandate. we will not have any predetermined outcomes. we would have the full support to employ the experts to develop a review of our national efforts on school safety and make the recommendations as appropriate. the nra has fulfilled their side of the bargain. they have given us the support needed to reach their product that we are presenting today. there is no guarantee the nra will accept these recommendations. these are the recommendations of the task force. to introduce the members o
, the recent tsa rulemaking in the area of strip search machines. ginger mccall will talk about the latest developments in that area with the introduction of the rulemaking on the part of the tsa thing to do with its rulemaking being required by court order and having taken 20 months to produce the two sentences of regulatory language and only 52 pages of justification for the regulation that it has proposed. a couple of internet notes for those of you watching on line on c-span or here in the room the hash tag that we recommend is #tsasearch and i will be looking for comments and questions that i may use turning that event so please feel free to share with your friends and colleagues online. with regards to the rule making, there is also a tiny url that can take you to the website where the tsa accept scholar and on this trip machine policy. that is tinyurl.com/tsacomment. once again, tinyurl.com/tsacomment. first, edward hasbrouck. the term may have been claimed for edward hasbrouck and during a meeting of the dhs privacy committee on which i served, edward accompanied me in the hall and
an attack on a tsa agent. the officer is now being applauded by the tsa for his quick thinking rescue that was all caught on tape. sunol police corporal justin rogers had just wrapped up his hawaiian vacation when he was simply trying to get through security like everyone else at honolulu international airport until the unexpected happened. he notices this. you see this tsa officer guarding the passenger exit as she's supposed to when out of nowhere this woman starts attacking and punching her. this struggle goes on for about 10 seconds. then also out of nowhere, here comes officer rogers. he clears that glass barrier, strong arms the woman and takes her down. you see him throw up his arm to let other law enforcement know he's one of them. you also notice he's only wearing socks because he had just taken off shoes to get through security. the 39-year-old is humble saying he did what he had to do. >> this case, police officer or not, the woman was being assaulted. she was defenseless, had her arms up trying to defend herself. somebody really needed to help her and luckily i was close e
. >> it is the amazing tsa take down that has gone viral. an off duty police officer coming to rescue of a tsa agent in hawaii. the officer, just walking through the airport, getting ready to fly home, now he is talking about what happened. >> reporter: just as the woman began confronting a tsa agent at honolulu international airport, justin rogers was just about to go through security to catch his flight home. >> in the airport, they have officers for that, and so i turned back around and i heard, what i thought was, you know, skin to skin contact like somebody getting punched. >> reporter: in the surveillance video you can see the woman punching the tsa agent, then put her in head lock and that's when rogers literally jumped into the action. >> i knew what i would have to do to pull her off of her because of way they were situated. i just decided to use a simple take down to move her to the ground. >> reporter: once on the ground, several other agents came to help. 43-year-old hyola was arrested and taken to the mental unit a at local hospital. after rogers provided a statement to honolulu authori
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about two hours later. >> that police officer who took down a passenger attacking a tsa guard at an airport in hawaii, undoubtedly received lots of high fives when he to work tomorrow. corporal justin rogers headed home from vacation on saturday when a woman arched her security at the honolulu airport assaulted a female agent as we showed you last night, rogers vaulted over a wall and tackled the attacker. >> . >> but woman was defenseless had her arms up trying to defend herself and somebody needed to help her and luckily i was close enough to be able to help her out. >>>reporter: rogers voided his flight broke when he is effective to be back on duty tomorrow night. >> the power is back on tonight after a pickup truck took out a power pole in oakland happened of foothill boulevard and church street at about 130 this morning. police are looking for the driver who left the scene pg&e says up to 3500 customers lost power when the incident caused a transformer to blow the flash was reportedly seen miles away. >> traffic is moving once aga
officer who leaped into action to help a tsa guard subdue a suspect. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. that police officer was from pinol. he was heading home from hawaii when a woman started an altercation in honolulu. jana katsuyama is live at the oakland airport with why he stepped in to help. >> reporter: justin rogers told me when he left oakland airport he never thought it was going to ends up like this. but when he saw that tsa agent in need of help, he decided to step in. the tsa rarely releases video but this was a rare confrontation. you can see a woman struggling with a tsa agent. police officer justin rogers saw it all. >> i was standing in front of the body scan machine and security with my shoes off getting ready to go through. >> reporter: he then heard the woman assault the agent. >> i turned back around and sure enough she was punching her. i had backed the tsa agent up against the wall continued pushing her and flaling her arms. >> you can see rogers jump over a half way. he tackled a woman and you can see him putting up his hands
police officer who leaped into action to help a tsa guard subdue a suspect. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. that police officer was from pinol. he was heading home from hawaii when a woman started an altercation in honolulu. jana katsuyama is live at the oakland airport with why he stepped in to help. >> reporter: justin rogers told me when he left oakland airport he never thought it was going to ends up like this. but when he saw that tsa agent in need of help, he decided to step in. the tsa rarely releases video but this was a rare confrontation. you can see a woman struggling with a tsa agent. police officer justin rogers saw it all. >> i was standing in front of the body scan machine and security with my shoes off getting ready to go through. >> reporter: he then heard the woman assault the agent. >> i turned back around and sure enough she was punching her. i had backed the tsa agent up against the wall continued pushing her and flaling her arms. >> you can see rogers jump over a half way. he tackled a woman and you can see him putting up h
sunday. >>> later, four more celebrities targeted by swatters. >> it's the amazing tsa takedown right there that has gone viral. an off-duty pinole police officer coming to the rescue of a tsa agent in hawai'i. the officer getting ready to fly home. tonight he is talking about what happened. sergio quintana has the story. reporter: just as the woman began confronting a tsa agent at honolulu airport, justin rogers, police corporal, was going through security to catch his flight home. >> they have security officers for that, and i turned back around and then i heard what i thought was skin to skin contact, like somebody getting punched. reporter: in the video you can see the woman punching the tsa agent, then put her in a head lock. that's when rogers literally jumped into action. >> i now what i had to do to pull her off of her because of the way they were situated, and i just decided to use a simple takedown to move her to the ground. reporter: once on the ground several other agents came to help. a 43-year-old woman was arrested and taken to the mental unit at a hospital. after roger
and golf clubs. it looked like a speer, people. it has to be the right length. tsa d tsa.gov. make sure the airline allows it in the bins or the seat in front of you. >> check with the airline. no gel candles and no ice packs but yes to snow globes. >> yes to snow globes. make sure it goes into the zip clob clear bag. one exception if for medical reasons if you need one find a medical doctor going through the screening they will allow it on if you have an operation or injury. no unauthorized wildlife. you can take snakes on a plane? >> tiran actual laws as long as they are packaged tsa guidelines they could end up in a cabin beside you. >> it is crazy. >> that is crazy. people travel all sorts of pets these days. one thing to remember this is all happening april the 25th. if you are really worried about what to bring you can have a downloadable ap on the phone. it's my tsa. you can type in anything you may want to bring it will tell you yes, no. very user friendly. if you don't have this you can go to tsa.gov. >> great information. very interesting. thank you. the time is 26 after the t
a statement, they boarded their plane on time. the tsa thanked rogers and the police department. psa joins the citizens of penole in saluting your heroic actions. >> police commander said he is not surprised at roger's actions. he says he did what is expected. he took decisive action and acted appropriately. he is expected back on the job on monday. >>> now do we know why that woman attacked a tsa agent? >> the tsa doesn't say, but they did say that she is charged with assault. >> hope everything at the wedding goes okay. >> yeah, watch out. >> prosecutors say that the driver who plowed into a san jose wal-mart on easter sunday definitely meant to do it because he has done it before. 33-year-old hamid was arraigned today on a list of charges, including attempted murder. witnesses say that he revved his engine before barreling into the store and started beating people with a metal club. he was also charged today in a december drive through at san jose convenience store. two workers there barely made it out of the way. the owner was stunned to hear it happened again. >> it confirms for
called a hero. that's after he stopped an attack on a t-s-a officer. this is video of the attack that happened at the honolulu airport. the off duty officer, justin roger, was in line at the security checkpoint. you can see he only has on his socks. when he jumps into action over a line barrier, and pulls the woman off the t-s-a agent, taking her down to the ground. he then lifts his hand to identify himself as a pinole police officer. you can see the ordeal again. slowed down. honolulu police, airport security and the t-s-a. all thanked rogers for detaining the violent woman. rogers has been with the pinole police department since october 2006. and is now back at work. calling rogers - the pinole batman. in sports. josh reddick and his beard. finally break out against the seattle mariners. . and the cal women's basketball players get a . and the cal women's basketball players get a send-off. deserving of a it's sleep train's interest-free for 3 event! get 3 years interest-free financing on beautyrest black, stearns & foster, serta icomfort, even tempur-pedic. plus, get free deli
to the rescue of a tsa agent who was attacked. >>> and in two minutes -- >> [ bleep ] >> the ship just hit the bridge. >> what the new report recommended to deal with a pilot who swiped the bay bridge. >>> and distracted driving cost us big time. the two tips that officer give to resist the temptation of using your cell phone. >>> ktvu channel 2 news and morning's on 2, complete bay area news coverage, weekdays, starting at 4:30. to hardly working. ♪ big sales that help you get away. that's how we fly. act now to grab flights all over the country as low as $59 one-way. these fares won't last long so hurry and book now, only at southwest.com. we are southwest. welcome aboard. >>> the pilot of an oil tanker that sideswiped the bay bridge has had his license revoked, at least temporarily. we're live with the details of a new report just released today. >> reporter: julie, the crash happened 87 days ago. today we learned and heard more about what happened in the moments before and after the ship struck the bridge. state investigators and environmentists say it shouldn't have happened. the ov
. they are advising people to keep the trash cans off the curb. time right now is 4:32. the tsa doesn't usually release security video. in the top left side of your screen you can see there now in the middle a female tsa agent is being assaulted by a female passenger and then that man vaulted over a half a wall and tackled the passenger. that man off duty pinole police officer justin rogers. >> she was defenseless. had her arms up. trying to defend herself. someone really needed to help her. luckily i was close enough to help her out. >> now this is the mug shot of the woman accused of attacking the tsa agent. the incident happened last saturday at the honolulu airport. >>> oakland police admit one of its officers mistakenly wounded a teenage boy. the 16-year-old talked exclusively to ktvu channel 2 news. the teenager describes the maybe he felt immediately after that shooting. >>> new this morning reports that fresh -- according to media reports out of south korea the missiles have a range up to 1800 miles. they could reach south korea, japan, or u.s. bases in michigan. the u.s. is installing
to the national park. >>> the tsa delays the plan to allow knives on airplanes. >>> and buster posey, like you have never seen him before. he is posing. we will show you the new hipster get up he is supporting and why. >> not so fast after the huge backlash, the tsa said they will not allow knives on domestic flights. the u.s. banned all knives from commercial flights since the september 11th attacks. the tsa was going to allow knives back on planes and now they say they will seek nor comme -- will seek more comments from the public. >>> still grounded at sfo and sjc that, could be changing soon. bowing is dispatching engineers around the world to fix the battery systems on the dreamliner jets. the planes have been grounded for three months since batteries erupted. the five-day aweek service was cancelled in january just days after it began. >>> it's one of the world's great natural wonders and millions go to yosemite every year to escape into nature. but crime has been found to have found a way in. what the rangers have their hands full when compared to other national parks. >> yeah, it's a p
of producing child pornography. >>> the tsa has delayed a controversial plan that would have allowed small knives and bats onto commercial flights. officials say they want more input from passenger advocates and law enforcement experts. >>> and if you flew monday, you might have noticed heavier than normal delays. it's all because of the sequester, and lawmakers say get ready, it may get worse. >> on the worst delay day in 2012, there were about 3,000 delays because there was severe weather in large parts of the country. the faa estimates nationally that these delays would cause 6,700 delays a day. >>> a nuclear power plant in eastern tennessee has extra security this morning after a shooting over the weekend. police say a man fired shots at a guard who then returned fire. it happened at the watts bar plant in spring city. no one was hurt. >>> well, president obama has invited all 20 female senators to dinner at the white house tonight. it's the latest get-together scheduled by the president in an effort to find common ground with congress. no word yet on just who has rsvp'd. >>> and new y
right now is 4:32. the tsa doesn't usually release security video. in the top left side of your screen you can see there now in the middle a female tsa agent is being assaulted by a female passenger and then that man vaulted over a half a wall and tackled the passenger. that man off duty pinole police officer justin rogers. >> she was defenseless. had her arms up. trying to defend herself. someone really needed to help her. luckily i was close enough to help her out. >> now this is the mug shot of the woman accused of attacking the tsa agent. the incident happened last saturday at the honolulu airport. >>> oakland police admit one of its officers mistakenly wounded a teenage boy. the 16-year-old talked exclusively to ktvu channel 2 news. the teenager describes the maybe he felt immediately after that shooting. >>> new this morning reports that fresh -- according to media reports out of south korea the missiles have a range up to 1800 miles. they could reach south korea, japan, or u.s. bases in michigan. the u.s. is installing a new missile
on this? this week,pitol hill lawmakers are said to hear testimony on the tsa controversial plan to allow knives on commercial airplanes. despite objections from some members of commerce, the tsa commissioner wants to love two- inch pocketknives, hockey sticks airplanes.l bats on a metro air operator was caught on camera apparently using a cell phone while behind the controls. click the incident has right is concerned for their safety. >> this is the photo posted on the critical blog that had people talking. what do you think this guy is doing? x he is on his found. he is doing something he's not supposed to be doing. he is opposed to be paying attention to the safety of the people. >> he is not paying attention. >> the driver appears to be looking down at something in his left hand during >> he is -- left-hand. >> he is texting. he is not supposed to be doing that while driving the metro, right? >> how does that make you feel? why c should be paying attention to what he is doing. but it's scary. >> it is unclear that the train is running or stopped. but it appears to be above ground. the
tsa agent under attack. that's coming up. >>> we're expecting some discouraging news about the job market this morning. the government is expected to report a slight uptick in the unemployment rate last month. it was 7.7% back in february. economists believe the pace of hiring slowed last month because of cuts in the service and construction industries and because deep government spending cuts are now beginning to take effect. >>> protesting for a higher minimum wage. hundreds of fast food workers hit the streets of new york to get their message out holding signs and singing chants to get attention, they're debhandzing $15 an hour. right now they're only getting 7.25 which is the current federal minimum wage that workers start at. >>> the best and worst places to do business in america are dominated by texas and california. it helps austin, san antonio and houston get ahead. here's the cities with an "f," san diego and san francisco. >>> cowboys quarterback tony romo is the highest paid in the nfl. his new contract is only the fifth largest but with no state income tax to pay, he c
of cancer. he influenced movie goers across america. >> a security failure at new york's jfk airport, t.s.a. workers let an airport employee pwhaord a plane without -- board a plane without searching him or asking to see his boarding pass. they initially turned him away since he didn't have proper i.d. then they saw him using his work key to get through locked doors and then they waited almost an hour before calling the police. the man was arrested on the plane just 15 minutes before takeoff. >> listen to this one. president obama is under fire this morning for a comment that he made about california's attorney general pamela harris. he was speaking at a fund-raiser and the president said this -- quote -- "she's brilliant, she's dedicated. she's tough. she also happens to be by far the best-looking attorney general. it's true. come on." the president also called harris a great friend and great supporter for many years. she served as california's attorney general since 2011 and she's considered a rising star in the democratic party. she's often mentioned as a potential candidate for governor
now. unexpected end to a hawaiian vacation for one police officer as the tsa releases security video painting him as a hero. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news i'm brian flores. dave clark is off today. >> time is just about 5:30. and steve says partly cloudy. partly sunny. >> partly sunny pamela. [ laughter ] >> it's going to be a little bit of both. >> that is true. thank you. good morning. low clouds and fog out there. we'll get a break today and the higher clouds will come in. everything looks good for the giants game today at 1:35. 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> good way to get to that game is public transportation as you look at bart it does look good. highway 4 westbound not a bad drive coming out to the willow pass grade. also this morning we are looking at a crash in san francisco that happened at 3:00. this video shows a couple suvs got into this wreck and fell. now the crash did block all the lanes for a time. police are investigating the incident. we haven't been told yet if alcohol played a role in this crash but the lanes will reopen in about a half hour
's the amazing tsa takedown right there that has gone viral. an off-duty pinole police officer coming to the rescue of a tsa agent in hawai'i. the officer getting ready to fly home. tonight he is talking about what happened. sergio quintana has the story. reporter: just as the woman began confronting a tsa agent at honolulu airport, justin rogers, police corporal, was going through security to catch his flight home. >> they have security officers for that, and i turned back around and then i heard what i thought was skin to skin contact, like somebody getting punched. reporter: in the video you can see the woman punching the tsa agent, then put her in a head lock. that's when rogers literally jumped into action. >> i now what i had to do to pull her off of her because of the way they were situated, and i just decided to use a simple takedown to move her to the ground. reporter: once on the ground several other agents came to help. a 43-year-old woman was arrested and taken to the mental unit at a hospital. after rogers provided a statement to honolulu authorities he made his flight ba
-related. >> all right, thank you. >>> this is the amazing tsa takedown that's gone viral. an off-duty pinole police officer coming to the rescue of a tsa agent in hawaii. the officer just walking through the airport getting ready to fly home. well, now he is talking about what happened. abc 7 news reporter sergio cantana has his story. >> reporter: just as the woman began confronting a tsa agent at honolulu international airport, justin rogers was just about to go through security to catch his flight home. >> at an airport they have security -- officers for that. so i turned back around and then i heard what i thought was, you know, skin to skin contact like somebody getting punched. >> reporter: in the surveillance video, you can see the woman punching the tsa agent, then put her in a headlock. that's when rogers literally jumped into action. >> i knew what i was going to have to do to pull her off of her because of the way they were situated. i just decided to use a simple takedown to move her to the ground. >> reporter: once on the ground, several other agents came to help. 43-year-old wy
. >>> this is the amazing tsa takedown that's gone viral. an off-duty pinole police officer coming to the rescue of a tsa agent in hawaii. the officer was just walking through the airport getting ready to fly home and now he is talking about what happened. abc 7 news reporter sergio cantana has his story. >> reporter: just as the woman began confronting a tsa agent at honolulu international airport, pinole police corporal justin rogers was just about to go through security to catch his flight home. >> they have security -- officers for that and so i turned back around. then i heard what i thought was skin to skin contact, like somebody getting punched. >> reporter: in the surveillance video, you can see the woman punching the tsa agent, then put her in a headlock. that's when rogers literally jumped into action. >> i knew what i was going to have to do to pull her off of her because of the way they were situated. i just decided, you know, to use a simple takedown to move her to the ground. >> reporter: once on the ground, several other agents came to help. 43-year-old wilona hiola was arrested and taken
police officer as the tsa releases security video painting him as a hero. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news i'm brian flores. dave clark is off today. >> time is just about 5:30. and steve says partly cloudy. partly sunny. >> partly sunny pamela. [ laughter ] >> it's going to be a little bit of both. >> that is true. thank you. good morning. low clouds and fog out there. we'll get a break today and the higher clouds will come in. everything looks good for the giants game today at 1:35. 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> good way to get to that game is public transportation as you look at bart it does look good. highway 4 westbound not a bad drive coming out to the willow pass grade. also this morning we are looking at a crash in san francisco that happened at 3:00. this video shows a couple suvs got into this wreck and fell. now the crash did block all the lanes for a time. police are investigating the incident. we haven't been told yet if alcohol played a role in this crash but the lanes will reopen in about a half hour. let's go
this out. a tsa agent attacked. keep an eye on the left part of the screen. police say a homeless woman knocked down a sign and started swinging at the security guard. what happens next might surprise you. adam housely is in l.a. with the whole story. this video is amazing. >> it's fantastic. justin rogers is a police officer from pinole, not far from san francisco, and he was in line at honolulu airport, going home with his family like many people have done, visiting hawai'i, you don't want to leave. he had taken his shoes off. he heard a commotion. he actually jumps over kind of a small wall when he sees the tsa agent being attacked. no shoes on. takes the woman to the ground and puts up his arms to let them know he was a employment they didn't come over and obviously try to get him. they gave them the hulk handcuffed the woman. >> i was standing in front of the body stan machine and security, with my shoes off, getting ready to go through. i turned back around and she was punching her. >> we had that video again. he was with his family. comes over the side. holds her down. he did bo
the wheel. >>> the tsa has a policy of not releasing security video but it is making an exception in the case involving a hero police officer from the bay area. this video shows a woman assaulting a female tsa agent at honolulu's airport on saturday. then a man vaulted over a wall and tackled the passenger. that man is is the pin old officer. >> i look back and she is punching and had her against the wall. >> this is the booking photo. he said he was in the right place the rate time and will be patrolling this weekend. >> oakland police served warrants for 4 people wanted on drug and weapons violations, the raid began at 9:00 last night in east oakland, police had search warrants for two homes in the area and say they found the 4 people they were looking for but did not find drugs, however an assault rifle was lying in plain view in one of the homes and that was taken in as evidence. >>> oakland police are looking for the driver who crashed into a pole cutting power to thousands of people. this pickup truck snapped the power pole at foothill boulevard and church street at 1:30 t
to force the controllers back to work. meanwhile, there is universal praise for the tsa's decision to delay allowing knives back on to planes. you may recall the tsa chief received virtual unanimous protest about that decision. now they'll delay that decision, re-evaluate and listen to the airlines and their employees. >> so no knives, but delays. a mixed bag from the airport tonight. tom costello reporting on all of it. tom, thanks. >>> another veteran of the senate is leaving. six-term montana democrat max baucus retiring at the end of his term. baucus is 71. he was among the handful of democrats who just voted against those expanded background checks for gun purchases. he runs the finance committee, had a huge influence on taxation, health care reform. this makes now six incumbent democratic senators not running for re-election. tonight at the white house, the president will host the women of the u.s. senate. all 20 female members of the senate have been invited to a private dinner. by political party the breakdown is 16 democrats, 4 republicans, and it's the latest in the president's di
the aftermath of an earthquake or other natural disaster. >>> tsa agents found 2 1/2 pounds of meth on a passenger at the modesto airport. they say he was hiding it in his pants along with 3 ounces of cocaine. it is the second time someone has been caught trying to smuggle drugs out of the modesto airport. police say drug smugglers may be targeting smaller airports because fewer tsa agents are on duty. >> they were sharp enough to discover what was going on, they took the time to do a proper search and they located these narcotics before he got on the plane. >> the passenger who is from fresno is now facing drug smuggling charges. >>> scandinavian airlines is launching a new route at sfo. starting tomorrow people will be able to fly nonstop between san francisco and copenhagen. it will be the only airline to fly nonstop between the two cities. the airline is expecting 125,000 passengers per year on that route. >>> the google translate feature has reached a new milestone. the mountain view based company says google translate is now doing a recor
drivers from using hand-held cell phones behind the wheel. >>> the tsa has a policy of not releasing security video but it is making an exception in the case involving a hero police officer from the bay area. this video shows a woman assaulting a female tsa agent at honolulu's airport on saturday. then a man vaulted over a wall and tackled the passenger. that man is is the pin old officer. >> i look back and she is punching and had her against the wall. >> this is the booking photo. he said he was in the right place the rate time and will be patrolling this weekend. >> oakland police served warrants for 4 people wanted on drug and weapons violations, the raid began at 9:00 last night in east oakland, police had search warrants for two homes in the area and say they found the 4 people they were looking for but did not find drugs, however an assault rifle was lying in plain view in one of the homes and that was taken in as evidence. >>> oakland police are looking for the driver who crashed into a pole cutting power to thousands of people. this pick
. a tsa official was chatting with passengers when suddenly a woman just barged right into the screening area and began tussling with the agent. the pinole police officer, corporal justin rogers, was getting ready to board a plane, but he jumped right into action, took the woman down and quickly let officers know that he was a police officer. the honolulu police and tsa thanked rogers for getting involved. he is now back on duty in pinole. >>> a big announcement from facebook. more and more people are using facebook on their smartphones, so why not make facebook the first thing you see when you turn on your phone? how facebook plans to do that on android phones. >> reporter: that's right. mark zuckerberg says the home screen is the soul of your smartphone. so today, facebook unveiled facebook home. >> a whole new experience for your phone. >> reporter: the new commercial touts facebook's integration into the home page of an android's smartphone. he says users don't have to get into an app to stay connected. they stay connecte
a homeless woman attack as tsa agent. surveillance cameras recorded the whole thing. all that coming up. [ male announcer ] this is betsy. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ >>> no shoes, to problem for an off-duty cop who spotted a homeless woman attacking a tsa agent. there it is. a woman knocking over the sign lead together pilots passageway and attacking the tsa officer two tries to stop her. the cop jumps out of line and slams the suspect to the ground. he told the other agents, i'm a cop, i'm a cop. the tsa thanks him for his help and he made his flight on time. >> and then there's this before we wrap it up here on "studio b." a tennessee woman called her sister monday night claiming she murdered her husband. susan hudson says she told her sister she was cleaning up the mess and asked for her help getting rid of the body. hilarious, right? well, hudson thought so. she made the call as an april fool's joke. the sister didn't realize the gag and called po
officer sprang into action to help a tsa agent under attack. his heroism was caught on camera. in the left corner of your screen, you see a woman attacking a security officer. and then you see corporal justin rogers who is in a security line with his family, he saw what was happening and jumped in to help. he quickly identified himself as an officer and a tsa agent handed him cuffs to restrain the woman. here's the video. you'll see him coming in from the right side of your screen. authorities say she's one of several homeless people who are often at the airport. >> it's kind of like any other public place. people are allowed to be here. unless they're kmiting a crime or doing something to bother someone, they're allowed to be here like anyone else. >> deputies arrested the woman. she was taken to a local mental hospital for evaluation. the tsa officer told her bosses that she was a little swollen and sor erksz, but otherwise, okay. >> comping up, a compliment from president obama stirs up controversy. >> when i think about accomplished women, i do not think about how they look. >> why som
of tsa workers also lead to peak hour backups at security checkpoints. >>> sticking with airport security the tsa is postponing a rule change that would allow passengers to carry small knives on planes. the change is facing strong opposition from flight attendant and the air marshalls. the policy is being delayed so passengers, advocates and law enforcement experts can weigh in. the tsa plan to allow knives with small blades on planes starting this thursday. it would have been the first time they would have been back on passenger planes since september 11th, 2001. >>> new york city at it again. it may become the biggest city in america to raise the legal age for buying cigarettes to 21. the city already opposes the highest cigarette taxes in the country. it also bans smoking in bars, parks and beaches while launching graphic advertising campaigns about the hazards of smoking. smokers of retailers say those restrictions are nannyish and bad for business. it aims at stopping young people from developing a habit that is the leading causes of death. they say the measure would drive younger sm
of boyd international. mike, i've been traveling a lot lately and i've noticed anecdotally that tsa workers are moving more slowly than even they were before. do you think there might be a point that's trying to be proven here? >> oh, absolutely. this is all political. i mean, the secretary of transportation is going to make very sure this is gummed up as much as possible so he can make a point, the idea being we need more taxes. this whole cutback thing is bogus. after sequestration, the faa will have 5% more money than they did five years ago and will handle about 8% fewer flights. so these cutbacks, it's political. it's not functional. >> 5% more money than five years ago. 8% fewer flights. mike, listen, again, ant ek totally, i agree with you. but how would the faa or tsa or whoever it is execute that plan? they can't send out an e-mail, right, move more slowly than you normally do because that will get out into the hands of the media. how would you accomplish something like that? >> you lay people off or you do what homeland security did, you just cutback on overtime and the pe
today. >>> and the reason the tsa is rethinking its plan to allow small planes on -- small knives on planes. ♪ [ male announcer ] a car that can actually see like a human, using stereoscopic cameras. ♪ and even stop itself if it has to. ♪ the technology may be hard to imagine. but why you would want it... is not. the 2014 e-class. it doesn't just see the future. it is the future. it doesn't just see the future. i'm detecting high levels of happiness. luscious locks there's an entire land here...with living cars. now this is flying... with style. great glittering galaxies. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> the french embassy in libya was attacked just hours ago. a car bomb blew up outside of the french embassy. their injuries, though, were not life-threatening. it caused a lot of damage. this is the first attack in libya's capitol since the war in 2011, the one that mow mother gadhafi was removed -- gadhafi was removed from power. >>> meanwhile, secretary of state is in belgium. n
to the public. >>> the tsa is deciding it will delay the plan that would have eased their policy and allowed passengers to carry knives on airplanes. the airlines and many passengers had rejected to the policies that would have allowed small knives, and bats through. today, the tsa said it needs more time to review all the feedback they're getting. passengers we spoke to said they're puzzled. ingly don't know, maybe it has something to do with people being freaked out about boston. >> any knife is dangerous. even if it's a one inch blade. you can hurt somebody with it. >> reporter: the tsa says about 2,000 small folding knives are confiscated from passengers each day. >>> canadian officials say they have foiled a terror plot and arrested two men on charges of planning the attack. one of the suspects was flown to toronto to face charges. the two men were living in montreal. canadian police say they are not canadian citizens. authorities say the two were plotting to derail a train. a new york congressman said it included trains to the u.s., and the royal canadian mounted police said the men ha
out to us. it has been a great segment. >> no many people out of work, great segment. >>> the tsa is supposed to protect us when we are flying the friendly skies. you think 15 minutes of training is enough for security screeners? george w. bush putting his presidency on display for a few hours. he will get to go inside his presidential library. we have the first sneak peek. first on this day in history in 1956 elvis presley "laheartbrea hotel" went to number one. gsz claer clear >> good morning everyone. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am patti ann browne. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is 28 after the top of the hour. the top five stories making news at this hour. >> burned and condition after the fuel barge explosion in alabama. investigators say two barges exploded 7 times. the fire was so intense fire officials had no choice to let it burn through the night. they set up a safety zone aboard one of the burning barges. the blast for ship wide evacuations aboard the triumph that is the same cruise ship that lost power at sea back in february. it is being repaired a few miles fr
. >>> a furious flyer at a hawaiian airport. see how a bay area police officer came to the rescue of a tsa agent who was attacked. >>> and in two minutes -- >> [ bleep ] >> the ship just hit the bridge. >> what the new report recommended to deal with a pilot who swiped the bay bridge. >>> and distracted driving cost us big time. the two tips that officer give to resist the temptation of using your cell phone. >>> ktvu channel 2 news and morning's on 2, complete bay area news coverage, weekdays, starting at 4:30. to hardly working. ♪ ♪ big sales that help you get away. that's how we fly. act now to grab flights all over the country as low as $59 one-way. these fares won't last long so hurry and book now, only at southwest.com. we are southwest. welcome aboard. >>> the pilot of an oil tanker that sideswiped the bay bridge has had his license revoked, at least temporarily. we're live with the details of a new report just released today. >> reporter: julie the crash happened 87 days ago. today we learned and heard more about what happened in the mom
and tsa which are libel to result in longer delays when people are trying to go through security at the arrangement. and as you mentioned there's a potential impact as you may have heard the navy is talking about eliminating funding for fleet program for the blue angels like flight team for both the navy and air force. and it's estimated to have about 64 million dollars impact on our country and it's important to be tracking and advocating about. in closings the ultimate impacts are unclear you can see we have to red dots which means we've gotten no formal notification from the 0 itself that those are happening on a timeline. there's still a considerable amount of uncertainty. so the impacts are still significant so for example, potentially this year up to 8 and a half million dollars of general impacts and next year an estimated $13 million in estimated general impacts. so when he think about the other fell rescues regarding hiv and aids funding. there's a trade-off that you and the mayor will have to look at. the reason there's some upper certain here the city received a signif
. >> it was an unexpected end to a hawaiian vacation for one police officer. we'll show you the tsa security video that revealed his heroic move. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> it is 7:28. we have a sad update to a story we have been following since tuesday. the off-duty paramedic who was shot in oakland has died at the hospital. janine is at the company where grief counselors are on hand. >> reporter: it's been a rough morning, and it's expected to continue like that throughout the day. every time paramedics come here to santa clara county ambulance they have to pass by this memorial where you see candles have been lit and flowers have been left. we're told that quinn boyar who passed away,
vacation for one police officer. we'll show you the tsa security video that revealed his heroic move. well, well, well. growing up we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> it is 7:28. we have a sad update to a story we have been following since tuesday. the off-duty paramedic who was shot in oakland has died at the hospital. janine is at the company where grief counselors are on hand. >> reporter: it's been a rough morning, and it's expected to continue like that throughout the day. every time paramedics come here to santa clara county ambulance they have to pass by this memorial where you see candles have been lit and flowers have been left. we're told that quinn boyar who passed away, his
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